Re: Debian doc-base policy.
On Wed, Aug 15, 2001 at 10:48:55AM -0400, Peter S Galbraith wrote:
> > On Wed, Aug 15, 2001 at 12:02:50PM +0900, Yoshito Komatsu wrote:
> > > I updated a draft.
> > Many thanks for taking the initiative on straightening out the
> > doc-base. I think this will be a large help.
> I'll add:
> - the current scheme has a top-level menu for Games split into
> many subsections. Are you proposing to drop it down into
> Apps, adding an extra level of navigation?
Well, I don't know well because there are no games in my PC,
but I guess that there are not so many documents related Games...
> - I've wondering in the past if docs registered with doc-base
> shouldn't be under a menu entry called Documentation (with the
> action of lauching a web browser in its index page). But
> that's probably redundant (except users see the menu before
> they learn of dwww, dhelp and doc-central).
This idea is interesting.
> - Terminal emulators (rxvt, xterm, etc) should keep a top-level
> menu. No-one want to navigate too much to open a terminal.
I proposed including them in Shells and changing section's name,
like "Shells and Terminal emulators".
(It's too long. It should be changed to smarter name.)
Yoshito Komatsu <email@example.com>
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